Efficient Data Collection in IoT Networks using Trajectory Encoded with Geometric Shapes
The Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) mitigates the bandwidth limitation between the edge server and the remote cloud by directly processing the large amount of data locally generated by the network of the internet of things (IoT) at the edge. To reduce redundant data transmission, this paper proposes a data collection scheme that only gathers the necessary data from IoT devices along a trajectory. Instead of using and transmitting location information (to preserve location anonymity), a virtual coordinate system called "distance vector of hops to anchors" (DV-Hop) is used. The proposed trajectory encoding algorithm uses ellipse and hyperbola constraints to encode the position of interest (POI) and the trajectory route to the POI. Sensors make routing decisions only based on the geometric constraints and the DV-Hop information, both of which are stored in their memory. The proposed DV-Hop updating algorithm enables the users to collect data in an IoT network with mobile nodes. The experiments show that in heterogeneous IoT networks, the proposed data collection scheme outperforms two other state-of-the-art topology-based routing protocols, called ring routing, and nested ring. The results also show that the proposed scheme has better latency, reliability, coverage, energy usage, and provide location privacy compared to state-of-the-art-schemes.
X. Cao and S. K. Madria, "Efficient Data Collection in IoT Networks using Trajectory Encoded with Geometric Shapes," IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Computing, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Dec 2020.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/TSUSC.2020.3044292
Center for High Performance Computing Research
Second Research Center/Lab
Intelligent Systems Center
Keywords and Phrases
Broadcasting; Data collection; DV-Hop; Edge computing; ellipse; Encoding; GPS-free; hyperbola; IoT; Routing; Routing; Routing protocols; Sensor; Sensors; Trajectory; Trajectory; Wireless sensor networks
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14 Dec 2020